Hancock Bank has promoted veteran local banker Diana L. Cureton to senior vice president of the Tallahassee region. As one of Hancock Bank’s senior leaders in the area, Cureton has cultivated strong relationships within the medical community, an area she has focused on for most of her career.
With more than 20 years in the financial industry, Cureton’s expertise is in the development and implementation of investment strategies to help clients meeting their personal and business goals. She currently holds Series 6, 7, 65 and 66 licenses, along with Life, Health and Variable Insurance designations.
“Diana is an exemplary leader at Hancock Bank and in Tallahassee,” said Emory Mayfield, Hancock Bank market president. “Through her service to clients and our community, she embodies the core values at the heart of Hancock Bank and has been an inspiring role model for people throughout our region.”
As an advocate for healthcare, she has served as the chairwoman for the March of Dimes, as well as several other board positions for organizations like the American Heart Walk, American Heart Ball and Capital Area Healthy Start Coalition. Cureton is also very involved in the Capital Medical Society and the City of Tallahassee’s Family Friendly Workplace board.